Video: D.C. Postal Supervisor and Two Employees Found Guilty Of Moving Marijuana Through Mail

WASHINGTON – 7/21/17 – Three United States Postal Service workers have been found guilty by a jury for moving as much as a half-ton of marijuana through a Northwest D.C. post office.

Kendra Brantley, Deenvaughn Rowe and Alicia Norman were indicted last summer and convicted Friday of felony charges of bribery and conspiracy to commit bribery.

Prosecutors claimed in the original indictment that Rowe, a supervisor at the Lamond-Riggs Postal Service station in Northwest D.C., would use his computer to identify the packages coming into the post office and made sure they got into the hands of his co-conspirators. Fox 5 D.C.

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